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Programs to Keep Older Drivers Safe

As a 19-year-old nursing student with a sky blue Chevrolet sitting in her Lansdale driveway, B.J. Riley wasn't thinking about automobile safety.

"All I knew was that it had four wheels, and, boy, when I got in it, I could go," she said.

Nearly seven decades later, safety — not speed — resonates with Riley, so she recently signed up for a course with AARP Driver Safety.

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